Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Film 2.2 Radio and television 2.3 Stage 3 Personal life 4 Death 5 Filmography 5.1 Film 5.2 Television 6 Select stage credits 7 See also 8 References 8.1 Notes 8.2 Sources 9 Further reading 10 External links

Early life[edit] Arden was born Eunice Mary Quedens in Mill Valley, California on April 30, 1908[1][2][3] to Charles Peter Quedens, son of Charles Henry Augustus and Meta L. (née Dierks) Quedens, and Lucille (née Frank) Quedens, daughter of Bernard and Louisa (née Mertens) Frank, both of German descent. Lucille, a milliner, divorced Charles over his gambling, and went into business for herself. Although not Roman Catholic, young Eunice was sent to a Dominican convent school near Modesto, and later attended Tamalpais High School, a public high school in Mill Valley until age 16. After leaving school, she joined a stock theater company.[4]

Career[edit] Film[edit] She made her film debut under her real name in the backstage musical Song of Love (1929), as a wisecracking, homewrecking showgirl who becomes a rival to the film's star, singer Belle Baker.[5] The film was one of Columbia Pictures' earliest successes. In 1933, she relocated to New York City, where she appeared in multiple Broadway stage productions in supporting parts.[5] In 1934, she was cast in that year's Ziegfeld Follies revue. This was the first role in which she was credited as Eve Arden. Told to change her name for the show, she looked at her cosmetics and "stole my first name from Evening in Paris and the second from Elizabeth Arden".[6] Between 1934 and 1941, she would appear in Broadway productions of Parade, Very Warm for May, Two for the Show, and Let's Face It!.[7] Her film career began in earnest in 1937 when she signed a contract with RKO Radio Pictures,[8] and appeared in the films Oh Doctor and Stage Door. Her Stage Door portrayal of a fast-talking, witty supporting character gained Arden considerable notice and was to be a template for many of Arden's future roles.[6][9] In 1938, she appeared in a supporting part in the comedy Having Wonderful Time, starring Ginger Rogers and Lucille Ball.[10] This was followed by roles in the crime film The Forgotten Woman (1939),[11] and the comedy At the Circus (1939), opposite Groucho Marx, a role that would require her to perform acrobatics.[12] In 1940, she appeared opposite Clark Gable in Comrade X, followed by the drama Manpower (1941), opposite Marlene Dietrich.[5] She also appeared in a supporting part in the Red Skelton comedy Whistling in the Dark (1941),[13] and the romantic comedy Obliging Young Lady (1942).[14] Her many memorable screen roles include a supporting role as Joan Crawford's wise-cracking friend in Mildred Pierce (1945) for which she received an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress, and James Stewart's wistful secretary in Otto Preminger's murder mystery, Anatomy of a Murder (1959). (One of her co-stars in that film was husband Brooks West.) In 1946, exhibitors voted her the sixth-most promising "star of tomorrow".[15] She became familiar to a new generation of film-goers when she played Principal McGee in both 1978's Grease and 1982's Grease 2. She was known for her deadpan delivery of jokes in films.[16] Radio and television[edit] Groucho Marx and Eve Arden in a scene from At the Circus (1939) Arden's ability with witty scripts made her a natural talent for radio; she became a regular on Danny Kaye's short-lived but memorably zany comedy-variety show in 1946, which also featured swing bandleader Harry James and gravel-voiced character actor-comedian Lionel Stander.[17] Kaye's show lasted one season, but Arden's display of comic talent and timing set the stage for her to be cast in her best-known role, Madison High School English teacher Connie Brooks in Our Miss Brooks. Arden portrayed the character on radio from 1948 to 1957, in a television version of the program from 1952 to 1956, and in a 1956 feature film. Arden's character clashed with the school's principal, Osgood Conklin (played by Gale Gordon), and nursed an unrequited crush on fellow teacher Philip Boynton (played originally by future film star Jeff Chandler, and later on radio, then on television, by Robert Rockwell). Except for Chandler, the entire radio cast of Arden, Gordon, Richard Crenna (Walter Denton), Robert Rockwell (Mr. Philip Boynton), Gloria McMillan (Harriet Conklin), and Jane Morgan (landlady Margaret Davis) played the same roles on television.[18] Arden's portrayal of the character was so popular that she was made an honorary member of the National Education Association, received a 1952 award from the Teachers College of Connecticut's Alumni Association "for humanizing the American teacher", and even received teaching job offers.[16] Her wisecracking, deadpan attitude as the character ultimately became her public persona as a commedienne as well.[16] With the Armed Forces Radio Service, 1940s She won a listeners' poll by Radio Mirror magazine as the top-ranking comedienne of 1948–1949, receiving her award at the end of an Our Miss Brooks broadcast that March. "I'm certainly going to try in the coming months to merit the honor you've bestowed upon me, because I understand that if I win this (award) two years in a row, I get to keep Mr. Boynton," she joked. But she was also a hit with the critics; a winter 1949 poll of newspaper and magazine radio editors taken by Motion Picture Daily named her the year's best radio comedienne.[19] Arden had a very brief guest appearance in a 1955 I Love Lucy episode entitled "L.A. at Last" in which she played herself. While awaiting their food at The Brown Derby, Lucy Ricardo (Lucille Ball) and Ethel Mertz (Vivian Vance) argue over whether a certain portrait on a nearby wall is Shelley Winters or Judy Holliday. Lucy urges Ethel to ask a lady occupying the next booth, who turns and replies, "Neither. That's Eve Arden." Ethel suddenly realizes she was just talking to Arden herself, who soon passes Lucy and Ethel's table to leave the restaurant while the pair gawk.[18] Arden with her Emmy Award for Our Miss Brooks, February 11, 1954 Desilu Productions, jointly owned by Desi Arnaz and Ball during their marriage, was the production company for the Our Miss Brooks television show, which filmed during the same years as I Love Lucy. Ball and Arden became acquainted when they co-starred together in the film Stage Door in 1937. Ball, according to numerous radio historians, suggested Arden for Our Miss Brooks after Shirley Booth auditioned for but failed to land the role and Ball – committed at the time to My Favorite Husband – could not.[20] Arden tried another series in the fall of 1957, The Eve Arden Show, but it was canceled in spring of 1958 after 26 episodes. In 1966, Arden played Nurse Kelton in an episode of Bewitched. She later co-starred with Kaye Ballard as her neighbor and in-law, Eve Hubbard, in the 1967–69 situation comedy The Mothers-in-Law, which was produced by Arnaz after the dissolution of Desilu Productions.[21] In her later career, Arden made appearances on such television shows as Bewitched, Alice, Maude, Hart to Hart, and Falcon Crest. In 1985, she appeared as the wicked stepmother in the Faerie Tale Theatre production of Cinderella.[18] Stage[edit] Arden was one of many actresses to take on the title roles in Hello, Dolly! and Auntie Mame in the 1960s; in 1967, she won the Sarah Siddons Award for her work in Chicago theatre.[22] Arden was cast in 1983 as the leading lady in what was to be her Broadway comeback in Moose Murders, but she wisely withdrew (and was replaced with the much younger Holland Taylor) after one preview performance, citing "artistic differences". The show went on to open and close on the same night, becoming known as one of the most legendary flops in Broadway history.[23] Arden published an autobiography, The Three Phases of Eve, in 1985. In addition to her Academy Award nomination, Arden has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: Radio and Television (see List of stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for addresses). She was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 1995.[24]

Personal life[edit] Arden was married to Ned Bergen from 1939–1947, and to actor Brooks West from 1952 until his death in 1984 from a heart ailment, aged 67. She and West had four children; all but the youngest were adopted. All four survived their parents.[6]

Death[edit] On November 12, 1990, Arden died from cardiac arrest and heart disease, aged 82, at her home, according to her death certificate. Some sources, including her manager, Glenn Rose, said she had also been battling cancer. However, cancer is not mentioned in her death certificate.[25] She is interred in the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, Westwood, Los Angeles, California.[25]

Filmography[edit] Film[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1929 Song of Love Maisie LeRoy 1933 Dancing Lady Marcia 1937 Oh, Doctor Shirley Truman 1937 Stage Door Eve 1938 Cocoanut Grove Sophie De Lemma 1938 Having Wonderful Time Henrietta 1938 Letter of Introduction Cora Phelps 1939 Women in the Wind Kit Campbell 1939 Big Town Czar Susan Warren 1939 Forgotten Woman, TheThe Forgotten Woman Carrie Ashburn 1939 Eternally Yours Gloria 1939 At the Circus Peerless Pauline Alternative title: The Marx Brothers at the Circus 1939 Child Is Born, AA Child Is Born Miss Pinty 1939 Slightly Honorable Miss Ater 1940 She Couldn't Say No Alice Hinsdale 1940 No, No, Nanette Kitty 1940 Comrade X Jane Wilson 1941 That Uncertain Feeling Sally Aikens 1941 Ziegfeld Girl Patsy Dixon 1941 She Knew All the Answers Sally Long 1941 San Antonio Rose Gabby Trent 1941 Whistling in the Dark 'Buzz' Baker 1941 Manpower Dolly 1941 Last of the Duanes Kate 1941 Sing for Your Supper Barbara Stevens 1941 Bedtime Story Virginia Cole 1942 Obliging Young Lady 'Space' O'Shea - AKA Suwanee Rivers 1943 Hit Parade of 1943 Belinda Wright Alternative title: Change of Heart 1943 Let's Face It Maggie Watson 1944 Cover Girl Cornelia Jackson 1944 Doughgirls, TheThe Doughgirls Sgt. Natalia Moskoroff 1945 Pan-Americana Helen 'Hoppy' Hopkins 1945 Earl Carroll Vanities 'Tex' Donnelly 1945 Patrick the Great Jean Matthews 1945 Mildred Pierce Ida Corwin 1946 My Reputation Ginna Abbott 1946 Kid from Brooklyn, TheThe Kid from Brooklyn Ann Westley 1946 Night and Day Gabrielle 1947 Unfaithful, TheThe Unfaithful Paula 1947 Arnelo Affair, TheThe Arnelo Affair Vivian Delwyn 1947 Song of Scheherazade Madame de Talavera 1947 Voice of the Turtle, TheThe Voice of the Turtle Olive Lashbrooke 1948 One Touch of Venus Molly Stewart 1948 Whiplash Chris Sherwood 1949 My Dream Is Yours Vivian Martin 1949 Lady Takes a Sailor, TheThe Lady Takes a Sailor Susan Wayne 1950 Paid in Full Tommy Thompson 1950 Curtain Call at Cactus Creek Lily Martin 1950 Tea for Two Pauline Hastings 1950 Three Husbands Lucille McCabe 1951 Goodbye, My Fancy Miss 'Woody' Woods 1951 Two Tickets to Broadway Showgirl 1952 We're Not Married! Katie Woodruff 1953 Lady Wants Mink, TheThe Lady Wants Mink Gladys Jones 1956 Our Miss Brooks Connie Brooks 1959 Anatomy of a Murder Maida Rutledge 1960 Dark at the Top of the Stairs, TheThe Dark at the Top of the Stairs Lottie Lacey 1965 Sergeant Deadhead Lt. Charlotte Kinsey 1975 Strongest Man in the World, TheThe Strongest Man in the World Harriet Crumply 1978 Grease Principal Greta McGee 1981 Under the Rainbow The Duchess 1982 Pandemonium Warden June 1982 Grease 2 Principal Greta McGee Television[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1951 Starlight Theatre Julie Todd "Julie" 1952–56 Our Miss Brooks Connie Brooks Main role (130 episodes) 1955 I Love Lucy Herself (cameo) "Hollywood at Last" 1957–58 Eve Arden Show, TheThe Eve Arden Show Liza Hammond Main role (26 episodes) 1959–67 Red Skelton Show, TheThe Red Skelton Show Clara Appleby Recurring role (6 episodes) 1961 Checkmate Georgia Golden "Death by Design" 1962 My Three Sons Marisa Montaine "A Holiday for Tramp" 1964 Vacation Playhouse Claudia Cooper "He's All Yours" 1965 Laredo Emma Bristow "Which Way Did They Go?" 1966 Bewitched Nurse Kelton "And Then There Were Three" 1966 Run for Your Life Mame Huston "Who's Watching the Fleshpot?" 1966 Man from U.N.C.L.E., TheThe Man from U.N.C.L.E. Prof. Lillian Stemmler "The Minus-X Affair" 1967 Danny Thomas Hour, TheThe Danny Thomas Hour Thelda Cunningham "The Royal Follies of 1933" 1967–69 Mothers-in-Law, TheThe Mothers-in-Law Eve Hubbard Main role (56 episodes) 1969 In Name Only Aunt Theda Reeson TV film 1972 Very Missing Person, AA Very Missing Person Hildegarde Withers TV film 1972 All My Darling Daughters Miss Freeling TV film 1974 ABC Afternoon Playbreak, TheThe ABC Afternoon Playbreak Mrs. Owens "Mother of the Bride" 1974 Girl with Something Extra, TheThe Girl with Something Extra Aunt Fran "The Greening of Aunt Fran" 1974 Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law Dr. Lucille Barras "Subject: The Sterilization of Judy Simpson" 1975 Harry and Maggie Maggie Sturdivant TV pilot 1975 Ellery Queen Vera Bethune / Miss Aggie "The Adventure of Miss Aggie's Farewell Performance" 1977 Maude Lola Ashburn "Maude's Aunt" 1978 Guide for the Married Woman, AA Guide for the Married Woman Employment lady TV film 1978 Flying High Clarissa 'Wedgie' Wedge "It Was Just One of Those Days" 1979 Vega$ Sarah Bancroft "Design for Death" 1980 Dream Merchants, TheThe Dream Merchants Coralee TV miniseries 1980 Alice Martha MacIntire "Alice in TV Land" 1980 Love Boat, TheThe Love Boat Ms. Brenda Watts "The Affair: Parts 1 & 2" 1980 B. J. and the Bear Mrs. Jarvis "The Girls of Hollywood High" 1980 Hart to Hart Sophie Green "Does She or Doesn't She?" 1981 Nuts and Bolts Martha Fenton TV film 1983 Great Performances Queen of Hearts "Alice in Wonderland" 1983 Masquerade Mrs. Woodman "Diamonds" 1985 Faerie Tale Theatre The Stepmother "Cinderella" 1986 Amazing Stories Jane's Mother "Secret Cinema" 1987 Falcon Crest Lillian Nash "Manhunt"

Select stage credits[edit] Private Lives (1933) On Approval (1933) Ziegfeld Follies of 1934 (1934) Ziegfeld Follies of 1936 (1936) Very Warm for May (1939) Two for the Show (1940) Let's Face It! (1941) Over 21 (1950) Auntie Mame (1958) Goodbye Charlie (1960) The Marriage-Go-Round (1961) Hello, Dolly! (1966) Barefoot in the Park (1967) Cactus Flower (1968) Butterflies Are Free (1970) Absurd Person Singular (1978) Little Me (1980)

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References[edit] Notes[edit] ^ Census records from 1910 and 1920 (the earliest records found on Arden) as well as the Social Security Death Index (568-03-2856) support 1909 as her year of birth. However, her death certificate (#39019050699, County of Los Angeles Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk in the name of Eve Arden West), the California Death Registry (subscription required) and her family crypt at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery cite 1908 ^ Obituary (with 1908 year of birth confirmed by Arden's daughter, Liza),, November 13, 1990; accessed January 1, 2017. ^ After her death, some sources initially cited 1907, giving her age as 83, but this is groundless. Arden gave her own year of birth as 1912 for many years. ^ Tamalpais High School Alumni Directory (2002). Harris Publishing Co., p. 237; lists "Quedens, Eunice M.", Class of 1926. ^ a b c Ware & Braukman 2005, p. 27. ^ a b c Krebs, Albin (November 13, 1990). "Eve Arden, Actress, Is Dead... TV's 'Our Miss Brooks'". The New York Times. Retrieved June 13, 2011.  ^ "Eve Arden". Playbill. Playbill, Inc. Retrieved December 29, 2016.  ^ Tucker 2011, p. 77. ^ "Eve Arden". Retrieved June 13, 2011.  ^ Tucker 2011, p. 47. ^ Tucker 2011, p. 53. ^ Tucker 2011, p. 55. ^ Tucker 2011, p. 71. ^ Tucker 2011, p. 69. ^ "The Stars of To-morrow". Sydney Morning Morning Herald (NSW: 1842-1954). NSW: National Library of Australia. September 10, 1946. p. 11 Supplement: The Sydney Morning Herald Magazine. Retrieved April 24, 2012.  ^ a b c Burt A. Folkart (November 13, 1990). "Eve Arden, 82; Portrayed TV's Beloved 'Our Miss Brooks'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 5, 2011.  ^ "The Danny Kaye Show". The Digital Deli Too. Retrieved December 5, 2011.  ^ a b c Eve Arden on IMDb ^ "Eve Arden, 82, dies; best known as 'Our Miss Brooks'". The Oregonian. Worthpoint. November 13, 1990. Retrieved December 5, 2011.  ^ "Eve Arden as Connie Brooks". Retrieved December 5, 2011.  ^ "Eve Arden profile (1908-1990)". Brian's Drive-in Theatre. February 15, 2011. Retrieved June 13, 2011.  ^ "The Sarah Siddons Society Awardees". Sarah Siddons Society. 2010. Retrieved June 13, 2011.  ^ Campbell Robertson (April 21, 2008). "A Broadway Flop Again Raises Its Antlers". New York Times. Retrieved June 13, 2011.  ^ "Comedy: Eve Arden". Radio Hall of Fame. Retrieved June 13, 2011.  ^ a b Copy of death certificate, findadeath.cim; accessed October 21, 2016. Sources[edit] Tucker, David C. (October 11, 2011). Eve Arden: A Chronicle of All Film, Television, Radio and Stage Performances. McFarland. ISBN 978-0-786-46131-8.  Ware, Susan; Stacy Braukman, eds. (February 9, 2005). Notable American Women: A Biographical Dictionary: Completing the Twentieth Century. 5. Belknap Press. ISBN 978-0-674-01488-6. 

Further reading[edit] Tucker, David C. (2007). The Women Who Made Television Funny: Ten Stars of 1950s Sitcoms. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co. ISBN 0-7864-2900-3.  Karol, Michael (2005). Sitcom Queens: Divas of the Small Screen. iUniverse. ISBN 0-595-40251-8.  Herbert, Ian, ed. (1981). "ARDEN, Eve". Who's Who in the Theatre. 1. Gale Research Company. p. 21. ISSN 0083-9833. 

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